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they do it? developing details live from the scene. >>steve: the president knows best. he says gun owners agree with him. >> we know, for example, from polling that the universal background checks are universally supported just about. by gun owners. >>steve: really? is he really on the side of gun owners. critics say don't fall for it. we will explain. >>brian: wonder why you can't get a date for valentine's day? maybe you need to take off your facebook page, chris. tpobgz tpobgz starts now. -- "fox & friends" starts now. >>gretchen: good morning everybody. look who's back. >>steve: brian kilmeade back from the super bowl. >>brian: we are back. i've never seen that facebook picture. >>gretchen: i'm not sure why, but it reminds me of -- >>steve: this depicts a picture you should never have on your facebook page. it would make you look a little silly. >>brian: that's the big difference between dating today. you are never really on a blind date because you can google your so-called brian date. >>gretchen: i met my husband on a blind date. >>brian: did you google him? >>steve: there was no go
jose. let's go to steve. >>> mostly cloudy out there. local clouds. kind of lift a little bit over 900, 1,000 feet. probably no drizzle. and then some higher clouds coming in from a weak system. the combination of the two, gonna give us the mostly cloudy day. 50s on the highs. i think we'll get a break tomorrow in advance of the system that will be here thursday. but turning colder, colder on friday. just so you know, it will be a shock to the system here. it will go from a foggy summertime pattern, a lot of low clouds and fog. that may give us sprinkles and very light showers. i doubt much will happen. mainly a lot of cloud cover. it's really ramped up the fog bank. that means temperatures are gonna stay on the cool side. low clouds, local drizzle. and then this afternoon, the combination of low a and -- low and high clouds. 40s on the temperatures. a couple of 30s to the north. 40s to 50. 49 half moon bay. but with the toking in place, it might even -- with the fog in place, it might feel colder. one system doesn't make it. but this next one that's the one coming out of gulf of alask
pointers in the last year and a half. chief pilot steve robertson was attacked himself, suffering two burned corneas. >> you take the vision from a pilot, that aircraft's ability to land is greatly compromised. >> reporter: on the lookout for a light that blinds, rather than illuminates. jim avila, abc news, washington. >>> and now, we want to tell you about a great american athlete who took another tough tumble today. lindsey vonn, the comeback kid who won the big downhill race in the 2010 olympics, even though she has crashed and had to bounce back so often in her career. well, guess what? tonight, she has to do it again. this is her today, head over skis, crashing down a mountain in austria. watch it again, as we slow it down. she crumples, right there, after the landing, on her right knee and tears two ligaments. she'll need surgery. she was air-lifted away. >>> and one more headline out of the sports world tonight. the super bowl. new documents released today showed that even before the big game, superdome officials were so worried about a power outage, they replaced hundreds of
. here's fbi special agent in charge steve richardson. >> within the past 24 hours, negotiations deteriorated and mr. dykes was observed holding a gun. at this point, fbi agents fearing the child was in imminent danger entered the bunker and rescued the child. the child appears physically unharmed and being treated at a local hospital. the subject is deceased. >> the fbi steve richardson did not say whether the 65-year-old jimmy dykes killed himself or was shot and killed by police. again, the week long hostage stand off is over. much more for you on this on our 10:00 news cast. >> with your weather alert this evening, light snow on the way. a storm system headed towards the region. what's become kind of a weekly thing now. >> almost daily right? a couple rounds of waves of light snow. if you are keeping track since friday, this might be our fourth round. this one to promote a few advisories. start with radar and show you where this is. you are starting to get light snow. the closest it's gotten to metro washington is starting to show a few light flurries into the frederick area.
. steve richardson who is the special agent in charge of the fbi mobile's division. along with sheriff wally olsen as well as huma call colonel of the department of safety. we are going to give a briefing on the development that it can pla took place in this investigation. they will not entertain questions. we will have opportunity later for that. this is a general briefing. should be 5 minutes. steve richardson r. -i-c-h-a-r ; r-i-c-h-a-r-d-s-on. wally olsen, o-l--son. cle we will have that later this evening and we will let you know. we will update you as soon as that is known. >> thank you. it will be 5 minutes. >> okay. so what we have heard now 5 minutes from now you want to keep it here on fox because we are going to have the press conference where we will be receive ago general briefing of the details of what has transpired during the past hour with the incredible news that the 5-year-old special needs child that was being held captive in an under ground bunker has been released. the sheriff will be providing some of the details for us of exactly what happened. some initial repo
happy ending. abc's steve osunsami on a big football star, the woman who adopted him and the dream they didn't even dare to dream. >> reporter: it was a powerful moment. >> we just both darted for each other and he picked me up. >> reporter: this picture of an emotional leigh anne tuohy hugging her adopted son, "big mike," who some neighbors felt that she and her family should never have taken in. >> he was so excited, and i was just sobbing. i mean, i was absolutely sobbing. >> reporter: and now he's a super bowl champion. >> we won the super bowl! >> dreams do come true. >> reporter: theirs is the true story behind the film "the blind side." where sandra bullock won an oscar for her portrayal of a white mother who reached past her comfort zone to lift up a young black teenager from a broken home. >> team is your family, michael. you have to protect them from those guys. >> reporter: the actress had seats at the game and dressed her adopted son in ohher's j eo jersey. today on their drive back home to memphis, the real leigh ann told us she loves michael just as much as her biolog
driving slowly, carrying ethan to a local hospital for testing and observation. the f.b.i.'s steve richardson explains why its hostage rescue team moved in. >> within the past 24 hours negotiations deteriorated and mr. dykes was observed -- was observed holding a gun. at this point, f.b.i. agents fearing the child was in imminent danger entered the bunker and rescued the child. >> reporter: the standoff began last tuesday when dykes allegedly boarded this school bus and demanded hostages. police say when the driver charles poland, jr., refused dykes shot and killed him. dykes grabbed five-year-old ethan and kept him in a 24 square foot underground shelter with electricity, heat and television. police communicated with dykes through a four inch ventilation pipe and they supplied the child with cheese crackers, coloring books and toy cars. cbs news has also learned that the f.b.i.'s hostage rescue team created a diversion, that was the two loud bangs. they went in through the top of the bunker and it was over within seconds. we've also learned at some point during the standoff they i
was in love with te'o. is he citying the truth. >> steve is an expert in interviewing and detecting deception, trained by the fbi. he's worked with cops around the world, training them in lie detection and human behavior. i want to let folks take a look at the interview first. >> me, it i was hurting. i was like whoa, like, you know, i've given so much into this and i realized right then in that moment that i poured so much into lennay that i myself wasn't getting nothing and look what i was left with. i was crying. i was hurt emotionally. just all kinds of things just took over. so right then and there, i made the decision, i can't do this lennay thing anymore. >> looking at this interview, is this someone generally telling the truth or not and how can you tell? >> firstly i look at how people take ownership or possession of the story and also look for the emotions being in the correct places. and also how people answer questions. i believe he is telling the truth in fact in relation to these issues because the emotions are in the right place. i might be able to think of a lie but can i comm
, but the guys are outside waiting for me. >> i have doritos. >> steve, what is the holdup? >> zoraida likes this one. >> i do. >> oreos. >> we will talk to the ad expert about all the best in the super bowl commercials. >>> this is cnn breaking news. >> we're going to switch gears here. at least eight people were killed and dozens injured when a tour bus struck a pickup truck and rolled over on a treacherous highway in california. this happened in san bernardino, 80 miles south of los angeles. the road is so narrow that rescue workers have had a very difficult time reaching all the victims there. what is the very latest here? >> well, this is what chp is telling us now. there are eight people confirmed dead. but they say they believe that number is going to change. meaning they will find out many more people died in this crash. also, we've had our own count here. about 27 people have been taken to five local hospitals. six are critical. some of those are children. my photographer and i walked up to the crash site about a half mile from here. it is absolutely stunning to see what happened he
each individual troop to adopt its own policy on the issue. >> reporter: boy scout steve tenet and his 16-year-old son christopher have been involved in the last five years. they're straight but don't like the policy excluding gays. >> i have a huge problem with that. >> what did you learn when you found that a local troop threw out a kid because he was gay? >> i was shocked. shocked and amazed. appalled. i couldn't believe it. >> the teen thrown out last october was 18-year-old ryan andresne who was about to become an eagle scout. >> it's totally devastating. >> i can't imagine ever doing that to a boy, but that's what this policy would have me do. >> but others in scouting about washing about the quick change. >> we were caught completely off guard with it. we've had a policy that's been in place for over a hundred years that seems to have functioned for the most part soundly. >> reporter: in a letter to the boy scout board of directors, godfrey's council urged that voting on the change be delayed. the tenents hour say they're ready to accept gays. >> there's a 16-year-old going on a
lawmakers. now immigration reform is taking center stage. steve handelsman joins from us capitol hill where the results of the november election left some republicans more open to overhauling the laws. >> reporter: maybe a lot more open. republicans up here on capitol hill in great numbers. especially there house. where opposition was strong. a rethinking their opposition now. to the so-called path to citizenship for people in our country illegally. after the issue so hurt republicans in the fall and helped democrats. president obama pushing for immigration reform this year. met with activists who said he agreed with them about what critics call amnesty. >> for the undocumented community. >> reporter: roughly 10 million to 12 million people illegally in the u.s. many accept pay below the legal minimum. afl-cio unions are onboard to end that. >> and prevent what's wrong from driving down the wages of everybody else. >> reporter: and analysts say under president obama, the u.s./mexican boarder is more secure. the net number of migrants, not increasing. activists demand reform now. >> not cont
, we flew with the flight police patrol that uses an infrared camera. chief pilot steve robertson was attacked himself, suffering two burned corneas. >> you take the vision from a pilot, that aircraft's ability to land is greatly compromised. >> reporter: on the lookout for a light that blinds rather than illuminates. jim avila, abc news, washington. >> i just question what these people are doing that you have so little in life that you want to sit on your porch and shine a light and potentially harm pilots, put lives at risk. what kind of moron do you have to be to do that? >> it sounds like he heard the helicopter outside and got upset. that's why he did that. this part i love. he was so dumb, he didn't even -- he was at his home. just go next door. it's the dark. no one is going to see you slip into your own house. >> consider this serious stat. from 2011, a beam that's just 1/25 of an inch wide at its origin can be two to three feet wide by the time it gets to that plane. that's why it can hurt them and put the whole plane at risk. >> it's so serious that in 2012 it was banned
. but is it too sex? kate upton and steve cannon, president and ceo of mercedes benz, join us from new orleans. good morning to both of you. thanks for coming on. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> so kate, you've heard the criticism, the parents television council says it's too sexy, objectifying women. maybe the issue isn't that it's too sexy, but that it's too inappropriate. give me your take on that. >> i don't see how it's inappropriate because i'm not even actually washing the car. >> i mean, is it something you're proud of? >> yes, of course i'm proud of it. i'm -- i'm proud of being a part of the brand. it's such an amazing brand. and it's a symbol of luxury, and now they have this new, beautiful car, the cla, that's affordable and sexy for a younger generation. >> i can see why they hired you as a pitch person. but perfectly there. steve, let me ask you -- i think any company would die for the buzz that this ad is creating. but i don't necessarily know that you like the controversy part of it. give us your thoughts. >> it's certainly created conversation, and conversation is good. w
a million dollars on the arkansas scholarship lottery. >> reporter: would you believe it, a day later, steve weaver's wife, terri, won another 50 grand. the chances of that, 1 in 3 billion. lightning can strike more than twice. but steve won't be buying snakeskin shoes and moving to vegas. >> i'm just a country boy. i'm not trying to be somebody i'm not. i'm going to stay the same. >> reporter: and terri won't quit her job at the water company. >> no, sir. >> reporter: here's how it happened. last weekend, the weavers were on their way to their cabin and they stopped in to buy some scratch cards. steve won $1 million. >> i thought i was having a heart attack. there was no way. i was sitting in the chair in my recliner, most all night long. >> reporter: the next day, they bought a couple more from the same gas station. and terri bagged the 50 grand. >> i'm not expecting anything like this to happen again. i want to take full advantage of it. >> reporter: he's not buying a new truck. >> i like the truck i've got. it's six, seven years old. it's a good truck and i like it. >> reporter: they'll
let's get the latest on the withy morning commute steve hirshhorn. the traffic and snow don't go well together. this is 270. too bad right now. . youmiddle of the screen, see in accidents on the ramp .orthbound , slow down to to the beltway. to the mat.ke you has been multivehicle crashes northbound on george washington parkway before you 123.o a 10-vehicle accident reported on the northbound george washington parkway. want to think about another snow.on the here is a look at that weather forecast with jacqui jeras. >> d.c. is already dry. you could get a couple of snow flurries. steady snow is done. over towards annapolis, you will pick up a half inch. expires by advisory for today. cold, 30res are degrees. highs will only make it into the mid-30s today. thanks. another news update ♪ >>> you know where they are. new orleans, the big easy. and robin roberts so happy to be home right there. look at her smile. look at josh and sam behind her. they all rode down for her first homecoming since the bone marrow transplant. so great to see her. every day one step closer to returning to "gm
is okay. and that the kidnapper is dead. we were told by state representative steve klaus that ethan is now in a local hospital, dothan, alabama, not that far away. we hope he's with his mom, with his family. and he's beginning to adjust. let's talk about this adjustment process. a forensic psychologist is joining us. tell us about what they need to do. a 5-year-old. he's almost 6 years old. he suffers apparently from a mild form ofs an purchasinger's syndro syndrome, attention deficit disz order. what do they need to do to get this boy going, restart his life? >> it's going to be a bit complicated. first of all, by the fact that he does have asperger's. the problem there is oftentimes, as many people know, that means that there's difficulty with communication skills. and one the things that is going to be especially difficult is to get him to be able to verbalize in a very nuanced way what he needs to say about what happened. i think that's going to be their biggest hurdle. getting him to talk about the trauma. it's going to have to take place in his time, when he feels like talking
steve shannon put it best in his hope for what will happen. >> i'm mostly rooting for a close game. >> reporter: i think steve spoke for all of us in saying that we all hope for a big game and we -- if we get it we'll be getting it here again in this tremendous really quintessential american city in new orleans, nobody better by the way to show us to us than one emeril lagasse. sam and i, a big tour from the man they call around here big chef. >> way to make us jealous, josh. help me out. you're a sports buffer. give me the cliff notes version of what i need to know if i go to a party about this game that makes museum that -- >> reporter: well, bianna, i have you. it is essentially not just a clash of cultures or really even styles, this is really nfl present versus nfl future. in the ravens a big strong armed traditional quarterback in joe flacco looking to throw the ball deep downfield, take advantage of a weak san francisco secondary. in the 49ers, however, they have a young speedster. a second year quarterback named named colin kaepernick in a new offense, pistol offense, a run
, is about to begin. so the we're going right there now. >> steve richardson, who is the special agent in charge of the fbi's mobile division along with dale county sheriff wally olson as well as hugh mccall, we're going to give a briefing on the development that took place in this investigation and this will not be an opportunity for -- they will not entertain questions. we will have opportunities later for that. this is just a general briefing to discuss the development of what happened here today. so should be in five minutes. steve richardson, the spelling richards richardson. sure you all know wally olson o-l-s-o-n. hugh mccall, h-u-g-h, mccall m-c-c-a-l-l. thank you. >> so we're just hearing from -- what appears to be a public relations spokesperson explaining that in five minutes a press conference will be taking place. gabe gutierrez is our correspondent on the ground. gabe, go ahead. >> reporter: hi, martin. how are you? certainly a lot of excitement here as people await this news conference. i was able to confirm with local law enforcement that the child is alive and the susp
, but is it too sexy? kate upton and steve canon, president and ceo of mercedes-benz join us from new orleans. good morning to both of you. thank you for coming on. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> you heard the criticism. the parents television council says it's too sexual and object p objectifies women. give us your take. >> i don't see how it's inappropriate. i'm not even actually washing the car. >> is it something you are proud of? >> yes, of course i'm proud of it. i'm proud of being a part of the brand. it's such an amazing brand, and it's a symbol of luxury and then now they have this new beautiful car, the cla, that's affordable and sexy for a younger generation. >> i can see why they hired you as pitch person. you did perfectly there. steve, let me ask you, any company would die for the buzz that this ad is creating. i don't know if you necessarily like the controversy part of it. give us your thoughts? >> it certainly created conversation. conversation is good. we think this is inbounds. we try not to take ourselves too seriously. we wanted to have a little fun, and we think we
to make an oscar-winning movie. as abc's steve osunsami tells us, this super bowl win was a victory of a family made not from blood but love. >> reporter: it was a powerful moment. >> we just both darted for each other and he picked me up. >> reporter: this picture of an emotional leeann tuohy hugging adopted son, big mike. some neighbors felt she and her family never should have taken in. >> he was so excited. i was sobbing. i was absolutely sobbing. >> reporter: and now a super bowl champion. >> we won the super bowl. >> dreams can come true. >> reporter: theirs is the true story behind the film "the blindside." where sandra bullock won an oscar for portrayal of a white mother who reached past her comfort zone to lift up a young black teenager. >> this team is your family. you have to protect them. >> reporter: the actress had scenes at the game and dressed her son in ohr's jersey. on the drive back home, the real leeann told us she loves michael just as much as her biological children. >> families don't have to match. you don't have to look like some one else to love them. the th
of scout families. here's john blackstone. >> boy scout troop leader steve tennant and his 16-year-old son christopher have been involved in scouting for the last five years. they are straight, but don't like the policy excluding gays. >> i have a huge problem with that. >> reporter: what did it feel like when you heard that a local troop had thrown out a kid because he was gay? >> i was shocked. shocked and amazed. appalled. i couldn't believe it. >> reporter: the teen thrown out last october was 18-year-old ryan anderson, who was about to become an eagle scout. >> getting my eagle award taken is totally devastating. hearing that it's happening to other scouts is also totally devastating. >> i can't imagine ever doing that to a boy. but that's what this policy would have me do. >> reporter: but others in scouting warn about quickly changing the current policy banning gays. kay godfrey is with the salt lake city scout council that has over 100,000 members. >> we were caught completely off guard with it. we've had a policy that's been in place for over 100 years that seems to have functione
good afternoon. i'm dina bair. and i'm cortney hall in for steve sanders. we welcome our viewers who are watching us around the country on wgn america and on the web. fire basically broke out at a high-rise condo building. the fire started in the seventh floor. but the flames under control within 30 minutes. several patients are being checked out for smoke inhalation. know that one person has been transported to the hospital in good condition. it is being used as a warning area for the building residents. a van pulled up. someone inside of the man opened fire. a woman inside the vehicle was killed while i passenger escaped unharmed. >> some preliminary information that appears that this incident stems from drugs and gang activity. >> up to 14 shots were fired. if you have any information you're asked to call state police. a convicted murderer is on the loose after a simple record- keeping makes up allowed him to walk out of the county jail. >> this is where the convicted murderers are allowed to walk away to freedom wednesday night. the tips are coming in. authorities have y
and the last one with steve young. this is the only super bowl that they have lost. calling kapernick became the first san francisco forty-niner quarterback to throw a net interception and a super bowl. >> the way that game played out, when it was 28 to six in the lights went out. what ever happened, i just knew with jim harbaugh being on the other side and all these years that we have been together that the game was going to be a dogfight right till the end. but those guys were coming back. there is no greater competitor, no greater coach and the national football league or in the world as far as i'm concerned, as jim harbaugh. the way the team played proves it. what they've done of lot past two years as bent on president said. they fought right back to the end. that is who he is and that is to they are and i could not be more proud of him and what he has done here. >> john also said after the game he told jim " i loved him. he said congratulations. " >> dr. phil after the kron4 morning news at 10:00. the man behind the manti te'o fake a girlfriend hoax is breaking his silence. he is sittin
. and the pass was not catchable i do not blame jim harbaugh and the heat of the moment. but anybody, steve young. after the fans. with three hours on the radio today. speaking with one of the head of the former officials. but it was thrown out of bounds. and harbaugh lost it for a moment but it was the 49ers it defense. 28-1/6 it does not come down just to one play. and a 34 points. and they did not quit. the coach's philosophy is to keep fighting but that is... the fans could just take it back. they lost just three points. and maybe four points? did you hear baltimore complain about any calls >> pam: he could have run faster if he did not the view is not being held. i get your point. >> gary: i will say it wants and i will say it again. if you go out your wife, your girlfriend you of a beautiful passion that night ended and the ecstasy. do you care that the house is security or the kids are crying or that the garbage is not thrown away. but of the night is ending where we do not work well. whoever loses finds fault. >> pam: we will have you later. >> gary: we will see later. >> now that footbal
a love like this for another person. you know? it's a deep, deep love. >> reporter: steve sierra says he's heartbroken. he had always dreamed of spending the rest of his life with sarai. >> she's amazing. i mean, she is amazing. you know? she truly is. just very loving. with the kids, she's so loving and caring. >> reporter: police are now taking dna samples from 21 suspects. and comparing them to dna found under sarai sierra's fingernails. they are combing through hundreds of hows of surveillance video. that's sierra in a mall, just one day before she was due home. just a couple of hours before she left, she told her family she would come to this bridge to take a few final photos. it's only about a 15-minute walk from her house. she never made it. and she was never seen again. >> i would like to know what happened from the time she left her room, to the time she was going to take pictures of the bridge. >> reporter: sierra's coffin has been moved to a church to prepare for the journey home. in new york, her family is shocked and inconsolable. >> she was going to go on this trip. i hugge
. as it came across the mountain, the air was very dry, had a trace of ow reported for half an hour from steve in cross junction, virginia outside winchester. little if any snow fell east of the mountains. tefersare below freezing. -- temps are below freezing. 29 for nokesville in prince william county. 32 in ashburn. 31 in robville and alexandria this morning also 32 degrees. outside on our michael & son weather camera, we're scanning the skies across d.c. you see a few clouds out there. partly to mostly cloudy right now. overcast being reported at reagan national with 35. making it feel like it's 31 out there this morning. system number one came through last night. this is like system number eight in the last two weeks giving us a chance of snow, just flurries here and there. here's another one coming toward chicago this morning. this will give us a chance of flurries tonight but not much more than that. you see it on the futurecast the clouds winning out more so than the sunshine today with highs in the mid-40s. we'll see more snow showers, especially in the mountains for tonight. here's th
condition. rob fladeboe, kron 4. the quarterback super bowl champion steve young thinks colin kaepernick is capable of winning one of his own. the ravens had no trouble getting to alex smith in last season's 16-6 win over the 49ers. they sacked him nine times. young doesn't see that happening with kaepernick, especially because of the 49ers' sturdier offensive line. kaepernick's ability to extend plays with his legs won't hurt either. >> this just in to the kron 4 news room base suicide bomber has been detonated an explosive device in turkey. there are two people dead local media as saying that they were dead with a security guard of the entrance. police officials have said that this is a still ongoing investigation. we do not know if these military guards were americans. the james lick is moving well. don't wait for presidents' day to save on a new mattress. sleep train's presidents' day sale is on now. save up to $500 on beautyrest and posturepedic. get a sealy queen set for just $399. even get 3 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. plus, free delivery, set-up, and removal of
. ♪ >> chuckles, chugles. >> richard sacorides, the muscle, and ryan the loose cannon. back to you, steve, for a final question. what will be success for you on, do we still have him? what will be success for you on your super bowl sunday is that everybody is laughing at this ad or what will make you feel like you have done your job? >> yeah, well we certainly want them to be entertained, but we certainly want them to learn a little bit about our vehicles, so each one we think has both an entertaining, fun aspect but it also tells you a little something about our santa fe or our sonata. we want the company more likeable and that always helps. to the point you just raised the film you just showed it's a big social media game. it used to be just about doing great commercials in the game which you still want to do but the whole ability to leverage social media as we just showed with find your seven, which is a program we're doing with facebook that allows people to create their own team of seven and be our guests at next year's super bowl. >> i'm not putting any of those folks in my seven-pa
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